Letters written from the editor-in-chief to the Georgia State community.
The Signal was established in 1933. In October, that will be 87 years of student-driven journalism from the heart of Atlanta. And if you’ve seen our new logo, you might have noticed an addition calling […]
During this time, the Georgia State community, Atlanta and the nation are experiencing many hardships. I am writing to inform you that The Signal is committed to covering protests and civil unrest in response to […]
You know what the world is facing right now, you’ve heard it from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, CNN, The New York Times and maybe even your own student media organizations, like The Signal and Panther Report […]
Dear reader, It is with bittersweet emotions that I share I am resigning my position as president and editor-in-chief of The Signal, effective Feb. 1, 2020. I have recently accepted a job offer more in […]
An international political debate has landed on Georgia State’s campus, just in time for the first week of school. Twenty four campus leaders travelled to Israel on a “fact finders” tour from Dec. 13 to […]
Dear reader, Congratulations, you’ve made it to the end of the semester. Typically, The Signal’s editor would write a column here reflecting on the successes of the past semester, and deliver a promise for continued […]
Today, The Signal celebrates not just 85 years of existence but 85 years of independence. Daily, we are ever focused on the present and the future, assigning stories weeks in advance and networking with our […]